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I'm not sure this has ever happened to me before!

Monday, February 04, 2013

I have been sedentary most of my life. Even as a kid I wasn't big on doing physical things. So, it's not a surprise that I'm not that fond of exercise. However, tonight I was watching some TV and realized there wasn't much I was interested in. Instead I did 20 extra minutes of cardio on my Wii Fit. This is AFTER I had alread done my "required" cardio for the day. Am I changing? I sure hope so.

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    Keep up the great work, change is good! emoticon
    1896 days ago
  • BOOCH6
    Yes, you're definitely changing ! Lately, I've thought, " I could sit on the couch and watch t.v. or jump on the treadmill". In the "old days" it was the couch-hands down. Now 9 times out of 10 it's the treadmill. (That 10th time I'm just too tired- LOL) But it's definitely a good feeling to know we really are in control !! Congratulations and keep it up !!

    - Barb emoticon
    1900 days ago
    Keep it up!
    1901 days ago
    I have always hated exercising but that stems from having to exercise at school and of the cruel treatment of my peers. But, I have found that if it's something I "like" to do, such as dancing while incorporating exercises, then the time passes more quickly. Having said all that, I'm going to say, YES you are changing. Your body is adjusting to the exercise and you are enjoying it. Will you enjoy it every day? Probably not but you will want to do it anyway. Even now as I'm sitting here feeling all icky, I am wanting (weird, I know!) to do my own little personal made up routine.
    Congratulations on recognizing that YOU ARE CHANGING and it's a good thing! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1901 days ago
    Start small and keep adding to'll be doing an hour of cardio and thinking nothing of it soon enough....focus on consistency!
    1901 days ago
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